Laser removal of papillomas

Laser removal of papillomas

In everyday life, warts spoil the appearance and cause discomfort. And some species of papillomas generally carry a potential threat to life. To get rid of the problem forever now, you can use the latest technology - using a laser.

Is it necessary to remove papillomas on the body

Essentially, papillomas are benign lesions on the skin, but in modern dermatology they are considered a viral disease. Infection, penetrating the tissues of the epidermis, can not detect itself for a long time, but then it begins to progress against the background of weakened immunity. Before you understand how to remove papillomas, you need to follow the dynamics of the pathological process.

The papillomavirus infection affects people of all ages and is the beginning of many problems. Strengthening on the skin epithelium or mucous membranes, it entails the appearance of other, more serious, growths on the body. The pathology proceeds asymptomatically, but doctors are convinced that the emerging papillomas are a br

ight sign that the balance of the body is broken.

What is laser treatment with papillomas

Before laser treatment was introduced into medical practice, wart excision was performed with low-temperature nitrogen, electricity or chemical reagents. Removing the papillomas with a laser is an innovative technique that provides a painless cure for the neoplasm. Radiation of low intensity stimulates microcirculation of blood, promotes accelerated healing, improves tissue nutrition. Along with the removal of the papilloma, the laser beam seals the blood vessels, excluding the occurrence of the inflammatory process and scarring.

How laser removal of

takes place In the course of the operation, the patient does not have any pain sensations. Laser removal of neoplasms on the skin takes place on an outpatient basis for 1-2 minutes. After excision of papillomas complete healing of the skin or mucous membrane occurs in 6-8 days. During the operation, instruments with skin do not contact, so the possibility of infection with any infection is excluded.

Laser removal of papillomas is an extremely precise procedure in which nearby organs are not touched, and the depth of exposure to the light flux is completely controlled. During the operation, the wound is disinfected, and there is simultaneous stimulation of internal resources for rapid healing of the skin. After excising the tumor, the wound area should be treated with a solution of potassium permanganate, and then a crust is formed on this site.

What contraindications are laser removal of papillomas

Excision of the neoplasm with a laser is considered safe and gentle technique. However, medical workers do not always undertake it. Before you remove the papilloma, you should be aware of the possible contraindications to the procedure:

  • diabetes mellitus;
  • oncological processes;
  • disorders of the endocrine system;
  • exacerbation of herpes;
  • thrombocytopenia;
  • epilepsy;
  • immunodeficiency;
  • photodermatosis;
  • acute inflammatory processes;
  • fever.

Does removal of

neoplasms have a complication? After removal of the papillomas with a laser, complications may occur in some cases. If before the operation the patient had photodermatosis, then the procedure can provoke pigmentation. With increased susceptibility to allergies in the area of ​​laser exposure, sometimes there is hyperemia or swelling. If there are problems of the thyroid gland, then the formation of a keloid scar is possible. With sensitive skin, sometimes there is a small burn reddening in the area of ​​laser exposure with a shard formation.

To avoid the above complications, patients should adhere to certain limitations within two weeks after the procedure:

  • refrain from excessive cold or heat;
  • to avoid ultraviolet radiation;
  • refrain from swimming in the sea, swimming pool, sauna, bath;
  • after the shower the operated site is not rubbed with a towel.

Where can I remove papillomas and how much does it cost

The cost of removing a papilloma laser varies from 500 to 2500 rubles per procedure. The price depends on the level of the clinic, the doctor's qualification and the price policy of the medical institution. If the patient needs additional tests, for example, a blood test, a polymerase chain reaction or a coagulogram, the final cost will be higher. Carry out a procedure to remove moles, both in private clinics, and in public hospitals.

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Julia, 42 years old: I did not know where and how to remove papillomas on the leg in the area of ​​the eyelid. I even wanted to go to oncology, but I was told in a private medical center that it is possible to withdraw the tumor with a laser. Long hesitated, but went. It was painful and unpleasant, even with anesthesia, and then there was a scorched fossa in place of the mole. Healed about a week, and now from my problem there is no trace.

Elena, 25 years old: Another visit to the gynecologist made me very upset - in an intimate place( pubic area), several small papillomas appeared. The reason is the virus. First she underwent an antiviral therapy course, and then proceeded to remove the laser. Feeling - as if the current and smell unpleasant. The procedure took 15 minutes.

Mikhail, 21 years old: Several papillomas appeared recently on my neck, which caused me discomfort. I decided to remove them with a laser. Anesthesia was not done, but it was tolerable, only the unpleasant smell of burning skin. Each wart was cauterized for about 10 seconds, and after the operation, black dots remained in their place. We were assured that in a week they would fall away with proper care.

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